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If data security frustrates you, you’re not alone! With mobile device usage and cloud adaptation on the rise, people are accessing more and more data on the fly.  And with so much sensitive information dispersed and accessed across the internet, security has never been a more critical subject. I was quoted on the subject in a recent article title Protecting Data Through BPM, authored on BusinessAgility.com by my friend Pierre DeBois, Founder of Zimana, a consulting company that specializes in digital marketing.

December 15th, 2011 – Business Agility

Feature quote for Business Agility at http://businessagility.com 

 
Posted by Julija Laventa

Tech is changing rapidly as the future becomes the now. While our current reality is made up of touch screen phones and 3D TV’s, back in the 90’s when the Internet was only emerging and a cell phone was considered a privileged luxury, these concepts seemed a distant future. Today SheBytes brings you some of the most awaited and overly ambitious concepts we can’t wait to see live.

Blackberry Empathy

The current smartphone market resembles a battlefield between iPhone and Android devices, which according to “Inman News”   make up nearly 75% of the market. RIM’s Blackberry is currently working hard to regain its market stability after 4.5 percentage decline to 17.2%. In order to regain its consumer base RIM is desperately trying to keep up with current market trends, therefore a lot of resources are being spent on coming up with concepts that could turn around the current situation.  The “Empathy” smartphone concept is something we would love to see hit the shelves in the near future. Empathy is a concept that was put together by “Art Center College of Design” and it features a freshly revised look for upcoming Blackberry handsets.

 
Posted by Renee Schmidt

According to a Business Insider post, tumblr will be worth a billion dollars next year! But, wait: What is “tumblr.”?!

 
Posted by Jason Moriarty

Jawbone’s “UP”: every once in awhile an new piece of technology comes out that has that wow factor, and quite frankly blows my mind into the stratosphere – Jawbone’s “UP” does just that. UP looks like an innocent cute little rubber bracelet; but this little bracelet packs a big punch, check out the feature list below:

 
Posted by Renee Schmidt

This holiday season get them that Star Wars USB they’ve always wanted…

Just because something’s weird or ‘freaky’, doesn’t mean that people aren’t going to want to buy it.

 
Posted by Renee Schmidt

A recent CNN Tech article titled “Cyber Monday was biggest online shopping day ever in U.S.” reported that, well; Cyber Monday 2011 was a huge success.

To me, this was not a surprise.

 
Posted by Jesse Braunstein

YouTube Insight is a radical new way…oh wait, I’ve seen this before.

I saw a post today by Wired that focused on a much enhanced version of YouTube’s current user analytics interface:

YouTube Insight

 
Posted by Renee Schmidt

Social Media and gender are a hot topic, especially here on SheBytes, a tech blog written from a woman’s perspective. Women and men approach many things differently; and we are fascinated and really spellbound by the ways in which social media enable us not only to reach an incomparable number of people (when we look at how our past generations reached out to others), but also at how to engage and connect.

 
Posted by Renee Schmidt

The always funny Robin Williams did a Siri impersonation on the Ellen show that really made us laugh!  Siri, the built in and easy to access app for personal assistance on the iPhone 4S, has spurned countless spoofs and YouTube clips.  We thought we’d share one.  Enjoy!

 

Posted by Jesse Braunstein

If you’re shopping for children this holiday season, we have two tech children’s gift ideas, both for under $24.99!  We know that as the holidays approach, everyone needs some extra help with their holiday gift shopping.

 
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